Menopause Management - Dr. Barbie Taylor

Menopause Management - Dr. Barbie Taylor

Dr. Barbie Taylor, also known as “Menopause Barbie,” is an Obstetrician / Gynecologist who retired from active practice in 2001 due to severe arthritis. Despite the fact that she had a law degree and a master’s in business at the time of her retirement (she’s a real nerd and loves school), her true passion has always been helping women.... Show More

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September 20, 2020 24 min
Lifestyle Options for Preventing a Heart Attack
How many lifestyle options can you name that will help you prevent a heart attack? Most women can only name one or two. But there are more than that. Don’t you want to know all of them? There might be one that makes all the difference in your ability to avoid a heart attack. This podcast will inform and empower you.
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) Dietary Options for Preventing a Heart Attack: Low Sugar
When you think of dietary options for preventing a heart attack, do you automatically think about fat? If so, you’re like most people. But the problem is that fat is only part of the problem. The other part is sugar. And it’s a big part. In fact, sugar is as guilty of causing heart attacks as fat. Listen to this podcast to find out why.
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Dietary Options for Preventing a Heart Attack: High Fiber
You hear it all the time: “high fiber.” But, what constitutes “high fiber”? And how do you achieve a high-fiber diet. More importantly, how does it help you prevent a heart attack? I’ll tell you all these things in this podcast.
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Dietary Options for Preventing a Heart Attack: Low Fat

Everybody says that you need a “low fat” diet to prevent a heart attack. But, what does that really mean? And when you hear that, do you know which foods to avoid? If you ask me, it’s too general, and it doesn’t tell you what you need to know in order to succeed. So, listen to this podcast to learn the actual facts and simple acts for success.
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August 16, 2020 23 min
Risk Calculators for Heart Attack

Do you know what a “risk calculator” is? Would you understand its significance if your doctor used one for calculating your risk for a heart attack? And would you know which factors it takes into account? It’s important that you understand what risk factors for a heart attack entail. And that’s what I’ll teach you in this podcast.
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How to Know if You’re at Risk for a Heart Attack

There is a long list of risk factors that determine whether or not you're at risk for a heart attack. Do you know what they are? Knowing could save your life. So, listen to this podcast carefully to determine your risks.
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August 2, 2020 24 min
Your Family & Your Heart,

In any conversation about heart attacks, women immediately start talking about their family history of heart attacks. They tell you who had a heart attack, at what age, etc. It gives you the impression that family history is the most important risk for heart attack. But, is it? Well, tune in to this podcast, and you’ll find out.
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Heart Attack Research on Men Versus Women

Have you ever thought about how the research on a disease affects what we know about a disease? More specifically, have you ever considered how failing to study one gender might negatively affect what we know about a disease in the other gender? That’s the case with heart attacks. Most of the research has been done on men. But women have high rates of heart attacks. Listen to this podcast t...
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Symptoms of Heart Attack in WOMEN (Versus Men)

Would you know how to recognize a heart attack if you were having one? Are you sure? For most women, the answer is a resounding, No!” The problem is that they don’t know that they don’t know. And, unfortunately, what they think constitutes the symptoms of a heart attack applies only to men ... not women. Every woman should listen to this podcast! It could, quite literally, save your l...
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The Role of Sugar in Causing Heart Attacks

Do you think of fat as the culprit in causing heart attacks? What if that’s not the whole story? Wouldn’t you want to know the whole truth? It could keep you from having a heart attack. So, tune in to this podcast and discover the role that sugar plays in causing heart attacks.
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Lipids: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

When it comes to your heart and your risk of heart attack, all fats are not created equal. Some are good and some are bad. And some cause an ugly heart attack. In this podcast tutorial, I’ll teach you about their differences in a way that you’ll surely understand.
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What Causes Heart Attacks at Menopause?
When you hear the words “heart attack,” what do you envision in terms of your heart itself? Do you know what happens inside to actually cause a heart attack? You should. And I’m going to show you in an easy-to-understand, down-to-earth way. Be sure to listen to this podcast to make sure you’re informed.
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We Need More Hype About Heart Attacks Than About Breast Cancer
Red Dress or Pink Ribbon? Which campaign is more familiar to you? If you’re like most women, it’s the Pink Ribbon campaign, by far. And that, my dear, is the problem. Heart attacks are the biggest killer of women, yet there’s more hype about breast cancer. And you mistakenly think of breast cancer as your biggest risk. It’s not. Heart attack is. Listen to this podcast...
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June 8, 2020 24 min
HRT-Choosing Process
When I do one-on-one consultations, I often guide women in how to choose their HRT, how to assess whether it’s working for them, and how to change it if it isn’t. That’s what I’ll do for you in this video tutorial. Once you know how to do this, you’ll be able to use the information for the rest of your life. In this podcast, I'll walk you through the process.
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Race versus Ethnicity versus Nationality versus Religion
What are he classifications for race? What about ethnicity? Are they the same? If not, how do they differ? And what about nationality? Oh, and let's not forget religion! All these things may constitute risk factors for various diseases. But you can’t know if you’re at increased risk if you don’t know the differences between these classification schemes. Surprisingly, mos...
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“Cause” Versus “Risk” Versus “Association” Versus “Link”

What’s the difference between the words “cause,” “risk,” “association,” and “link”? If something puts you at greater risk for a disease, does it cause it? What if there’s merely an association between a substance and a disease? Is that the same thing as a link between the two? Confusing, isn’t it! Well, watch this podcast to clarify these terms and their meanings.
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May 18, 2020 23 min
“I’ll Believe It When I See It” (to air May 18, 2020)

Have you ever said, “I’ll believe it when I see it”? You probably say it when you don’t believe some statistic that differs from what you’ve witnessed in your own life. Well, that little statement can limit your thinking your options and your life when it comes to menopause. Don’t let that happen to you. You’ll believe it when you hear this podcast
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Fear is a Difficult Thing to Erase or Reverse

Have you ever thought about the effect that fear has on your decision-making process? Would it shock you to learn that fear produces a state of paralysis? Understanding how fear is induced and how it overshadows your ability to consider things logically can greatly affect your menopause. So, be sure to listen to this podcast and free yourself from the grip of fear.
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Don’t Be Oblivious to the Obvious Aspects of Menopause

You know how we can sometimes be oblivious to the obvious things? Well, many women are oblivious to the most obvious aspects of menopause. In this podcast, I’ll present 14 examples of this. Tune in to see if any of them describe ways in which you are oblivious
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Similarities & Conflicts Between Menopause & Thyroid Disease


What do you know about thyroid disease? What do you know about the similarities between menopause and thyroid disease? Did you have any idea that one affects the other? The overlap between these two things is much greater than you might have ever imagined. So take the time to listen to this podcast and get the scoop.
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